Effectiveness of Learning with 3D-Lab on Omani Basic Education Students' Achievement, Attitudes and Scientific Thinking

Ali Al Musawi, Abdullah Ambusaidi, Sulaiman Al-Balushi, Mohamed Al-Sinani, Kholoud Al-Balushi


This paper aims to measure the effectiveness of the 3DL on Omani students' acquisition of practical abilities and skills. It examines the effectiveness of the 3D-lab in science education and scientific thinking acquisition as part of a national project funded by The Research Council. Four research tools in a Pre-Post Test Control Group Design, findings show statistically significant differences in student achievement in favor of the experimental group. The results show students' attitudes are positive towards using 3D-lab in teaching. Improvements in lo

gical and visual thinking are also observed. The paper then draws conclusions and recommendations.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v5i11.2743


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